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The NEWCAS

The NEWCAS

Ko. 441 ?• SATURDAY’S and SUNDAY’S POSTS. LONDON, Nov. 18, CC O RDIN Gto private l.etter from Brunfwic, the late fignal Victory gained by the Pruflians in Saxony, was entirely owing to the military Abilities of his Royal Highnefs Prince Henry of Pruflta, who, by ['titling his (h
27 November 1762 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
From the LONDON GAZETTE.

From the LONDON GAZETTE.

Hamburgh, Nov. 9. We heat from Berlin, that Kin" <>' was t0 crofi,he Elbe atToriau the 6ih with 15 battalions, in order to JS r p inc« Henry's army in Saxony, and ~r 11 riilloiiee 'he enemy from that elector >te, ends the campaign. ' HisPruffian Majelly 'left the command his arm
22 November 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
°n llwaftbl, puolick Sale, at the Dwelline' e *P°'ed Awcocke, Fie,chine in Z fr 01 Dealer and Chapman a""-'/ Su(r

°n llwaftbl, puolick Sale, at the Dwelline' e *P°'ed Awcocke, Fie,chine in Z fr 01 Dealer and Chapman a""-'/ Su(r

". CommiflTion B<nx> U p> ham la-elt'i'jf , whom * iLL (aid Bankrupt's ck r dry Tackle, 2nA Pcrfoni indebted to the f «q««>ed pay their Eft * the Day December n « , r ' MeffK Henry Bull, J„, fph Fleet « *®CTe«, all Barcombe in Suffex. or onen» .k rrT « tions will be brought aeai
22 November 1762 - Sussex Advertiser - Lewes, Sussex, England
 
every thing was quiet on thecoaft, and that the Po- . Daun, not being able to maintain his pofillon in

every thing was quiet on thecoaft, and that the Po- . Daun, not being able to maintain his pofillon in

the dor, capt. Hughes, laden chiefly with gum, was to country of Glatz, had fallen back toprotedl and de • fail for London the 30th of Auguft. fend that kingdom. 4. The king of Spain having loft his large ftock 2. They write from Rome, that general exof tobacco by the furrender
22 November 1762 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
??? of TRANQUILLA or the Old Maid's Apology.

??? of TRANQUILLA or the Old Maid's Apology.

S °GY. b.? no ~ear ,lut Condition iA ? Nation ei^ nc Neceffity, but W " nd Choice andthere- aft er yet telt all the Ma,' '■% r atll> ec ecl Wit l the " in fome of ,u ° ll oVw" Y ° uth '« Solitude, f ">ith r S°'{ "<>< the ear- Tri Flattery Courtfhip, a **iidft T,P have danced the
25 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
EDINBURGH.

EDINBURGH.

Exiradl ofa Letter from London, Nov. 18 ** By ietters from Dunkirk we are informed, that eighteen privateers were failed from thence, Calais, and Boufogn, on and before Thurfday iai't, and it is fuppofed tbat ieverai of them were gone for the Korth ?? It Is fbid the fleet under
22 November 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
EDINBURGH; Printed for and by Walter Rud»*m*n. John Richardson and Company and ?? their Printi&g-houfe in. die Parliamenr-clofc ; where

EDINBURGH; Printed for and by Walter Rud»*m*n. John Richardson and Company and ?? their Printi&g-houfe in. die Parliamenr-clofc ; where

Akhertijeirchti 2nd SubftriH&w are taken io.
22 November 1762 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
By the KIN G,.A PROCLAMATION,

By the KIN G,.A PROCLAMATION,

By the KIN G, A PROCLAMATION, Declaring the Ceffation of Arms, as well by Sea as Land, agreed upon between His Majefty, the moft Chriftian King, and the Catholick King, and enjoining ?? vance thereof GEORGE R. IK7 H E R E A S Preliminaries for reftoring Peace were figned vv at Fo
26 November 1762 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
YARMOUTH Second SEJBSCRiPriON-ASSEMiJLY, will be on THURSDAY.next, the sd of December. T.._ ' IPSWtCH, Nov. a 5, 7 6a. HE

YARMOUTH Second SEJBSCRiPriON-ASSEMiJLY, will be on THURSDAY.next, the sd of December. T.._ ' IPSWtCH, Nov. a 5, 7 6a. HE

Fourth and laft CONCERT and BALL, for the pra- „ , lent Subfcwptios, will be at the Long Room at.DoD's Cot Fe- e on Thursday next, the ad of D^cen^ier. This is to acquaint Perfons of Quality, Gentlemen and Ladies, T*i AT ths ° ext SUBSCRIr-TIONI ASSEMBLY at Bur y A. St. Edmund's
27 November 1762 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
Bath, November 25.

Bath, November 25.

Ariv'd here, Lady Torkington, Sir Richard Bampfield and Lady, Sir John Price, Major Ogle, Capt. Moffat, Capt. Baldwin, Capt.Wade, Forbes, Capt. Skinner, Capt. Fortefcue, Dr. Shear and I 3dy, Mr. Mrs. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. True man, Mr. and Mrs. Wadman", Mr. and Mrs. Levee, Mr. and
25 November 1762 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England